First    Class

Experience the  world’s best on flight suite(Singapore Airlines and more),seating, meal,beverages, services,privacy and comfort.  

What you can expect :-

1)10-30 extra inches of seat pitch (legroom) compared to Business Class.

2)1-2 extra inches of seat width compared to Business Class

3)More degrees of recline compared to Business Class

4)Electric seat controls to adjust recline position, leg rest and lumbar support

5)Larger personal TV screens and more viewing options

6)Laptop Power Ports

7)Premium Food and Wine Service

8)More privacy due to smaller cabin size

9)Increased cabin staff to passenger ratio

10)Amenity kits including pajamas, slippers, eye masks and toiletries.

Business    Class

Travel with Luxury and superfluity. Making your journey a fun experience.

What you can expect : –

1)Double the seat pitch (legroom) compared to Economy

2)2-3 extra inches of seat width compared to Economy.

3)More degrees of recline compared to Economy.

4)Electric seat controls to adjust recline position, legrest and lumbar support

5)Larger personal TV screens and more viewing options

6)Laptop Power Ports

7)Premium Food and Wine Service

8)Increased cabin staff to passenger ratio.

9)Amenity kits including socks, eye masks and toiletries.  

Premium Economy

Some airline carriers offer Premium Economy, a separate class of seating and service, that differs from standard Economy. Premium Economy is found mostly on international flights and, compared to standard Economy, offers about 5-7 inches of extra legroom as well as additional amenities.

Which can include:-

1)Premium Food Service

2)1-2 Extra inches of seat width.

3)2-3 Extra inches of seat recline.

4)Adjustable headrests, legrests or lumbar support.

5)Larger personal TV screens.

6)Laptop power ports

Economy    Class

Economy class seats usually recline and have a fold-down table. Seat pitch ranges from 29 to 36 inches (74 to 91 cm), usually 30–32 in (76–81 cm), and 30 to 36 in (76 to 91 cm) for international economy class seats. Domestic economy seat width ranges from 17 to 18.25 in (43.2 to 46.4 cm).

What you can expect : –

Several airlines, such as Virgin America and JetBlue, offer amenities like seat-back video screens to make economy flights more pleasant. More airlines (including AirTran, Alaska Air, Delta, Frontier, Southwest, United, US Airways and Virgin America) now offer in-flight Wi-Fi on some or all flights for a fee, so that passengers can surf the web to help pass the time. And of course, old stand-bys like MP3 players, earplugs and portable gaming devices are helpful on long economy flights.

Pet Travel

This information applies to common pets; the rules are different for guide dogs and service animals and you can find more on the airline websites. Airlines can change their rules with little if any notice.

Pet travel isn’t free, cabin travel is almost always cheaper but not all pets qualify due to size restrictions.


1- Big pets vs. small pets
   Only small animals can fly in airplane cabins. They are required to stay in carriers stowed under seats and the carriers must be roomy enough so the animal can stand up and turn around in them (figure on a weight limit of perhaps 15 pounds or so, but this varies).


2- Larger animals must fly in cargo. Note: Some airlines no longer fly animals as cargo, and some airlines forbid creatures like snakes and rodents in cabins.


3- Banned pets
Some airlines refuse to transport short-snouted or snub-nosed breeds such as boxers and bulldogs and cats such as Persians or Himalayans. The concern seems to be the animals’ potential for breathing difficulties if transported in cargo.


4- All pets need reservations
You cannot just show up with Sparky and expect to fly; he too must have a reservation (space for animals in cabins is always limited). Pet reservations almost always have to be made at the time of your booking and you may also have to fill out an online form and show proof from a veterinarian that the animal is fit to fly.


5- Identification checklist
If anything happens to your pet, the airline will want to get in touch with you ASAP so do the following:

Securely tape your name and phone number both inside and outside the animal’s crate or carrier.
Do the same with your veterinarian’s contact information.
If the animal will wear a collar, be sure your contact information is on that or attached tag.


6- Consider getting your pet micro-chipped.


7- What pets are allowed to do on planes


Not much! Pets must stay in their carriers during the entire flight. No, your seatmate probably doesn’t want to meet Fluffy but even if true, Fluffy is not allowed out. If the pet gets restless and barks a lot, you may be told he/she cannot fly. Prepare your pet in advance by getting him used to staying in a carrier; start practicing this a few weeks before the trip.


8- Going through security


The TSA and different country securities has a lot of useful information on getting pets through security. For example, at security checkpoints, remove pets from carriers and walk (or carry) them through. Do not place pets on conveyor belts that X-ray bags.


9- Most importantly all pet needs Complete Worldwide Insurance.